Cricket is one of the most followed and practiced sports globally without any debate. Millions of fans burst out into this sport and everyone is somewhere emotionally connected with this sport and also for their favorite team. But, this moment of glee doubles up when thousands get together in the cricket stadium to cheer for their favorite team in a large cricket stadium. The larger the stadium is, the more people would be booked into it and enjoy it. Hence, here is providing that list of the top 10 largest cricket stadiums where people spray ecstasy the most in groups.

1. Motera Cricket Stadium

Located in the Ahmedabad city of Gujarat, India. Motera Stadium has been listed as the largest and most spacious cricket stadium in the whole world in a couple of years. It was designed starting from the year 2020. The capacity increased to a whooping seating capacity of more than 1.1 lakhs. Before this remaking, it was first introduced in the 1980s, with a seating capacity of 49000. This stadium is spread up to a large area of more than 60 acres.

2. Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCB)

With a spectacular view and a legendary cricket arena, MCB used to be considered the largest cricket stadium before Motera became the one. This ground was constructed in the year 1877 and is also considered one of the oldest after Lords. It consists of an overall capacity of holding almost more than 1,00,000 people within it. It is the second-largest cricket ground in the whole world, which hosted some legendary boxing day tests.

3. Eden Garden

Considered as the “Mecca of Indian Cricket,” Eden Garden is the most fascinating and the third-largest stadium in India also. It can give a spectacular view to more than 66,000 spectators. The stadium is spread to a vast area of more than 50 acres and is located in the east part of India, at Kolkata. Additionally, it has also hosted a lot of decider matches and is also used as the home stadium of the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders.

4. Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Cricket Stadium

Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Cricket stadium is located in the Raipur district of Chhattisgarh in India. It is considered the fourth largest cricket stadium worldwide accommodating almost 65,000 spectators in total. This stadium was built in the year 2008. Home to plenty of cricketing stadiums globally, it also ranks as the fourth-largest stadium in India.

5. Optus Stadium

The second biggest stadium in oceanic Australia and the fifth-largest stadium globally. The Optus Stadium holds almost more than 60,000 seating capacity. It is also considered as one of the legendary stadiums in the whole world with a spectacular view to play. It holds a lot of historic test matches annually.

6. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

Constructed in the southern part of India, RGIC holds a massive seating capacity of 55,000 seats. This stadium is also regionally called the Greenfield International Stadium. Although this may not sound a little familiar it has experienced many intense bats and ball banter in the past.

7. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

The seventh-largest stadium in the whole world, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, is located in Kochi, India. Not only cricket, but it is also famous for hosting a lot of soccer matches as well. It was built in 1996, and this spectacular arena holds a capacity of 55,000 viewers.

8. Sydney Cricket Stadium

Sydney cricket stadium is ranked as the 8th largest cricket stadium globally, established in the year 1848. It is located in New South Wales, Australia, and holds a capacity of almost 49,000 viewers to enjoy a match. It is enriched with a classified and rich history with the cricketing world and witnessed some remembered test matches.

9. Docklands Cricket Stadium

Regionally termed as the Marvel cricket stadium was made in the year 1997. It is considered the only cricket stadium in the whole world, having a rooftop attached. It holds a huge number of 48,000 spectators and is hardly used for most cricketing games.

10. DY Patil Sports Stadium

DY Patil stadium is also used for a lot of sports apart from cricket similar to Greenfield stadium. The stadium was built in the year 2008, but yet it has not hosted many international crickets banters recently. The stadium can hold more than 45,000 spectators in total.